Love Your Outdoor Space
West Michigan’s Superior Deck Builders
Amber Valley Construction has years of experience as a proven deck builder resource. Our goal is to build you, our customer, the best possible outdoor space at an affordable price! We want to present you with the options that work with your budget so that you can create the deck that fits you.
Looking for something more than just a deck builder?
Amber Valley produces more than just great decks. We also make quality hot tub surrounds, patio covers, gazebos, trellis, privacy screens, benches, concrete patios, fences, additions and remodels. It’s your back yard, and it’s yours to imagine! At Amber Valley, we have the skill, knowledge, and expertise to build you an outdoor living experience that you will enjoy for years to come. We offer several types of deck and trim options. We off the standard pressure treated pine deck along with more exotic hardwoods. In addition to the wood options, we offer composites such as Trex, Azek, TimberTech, and others. Want to have more flexibility with your deck? We can build a roof over it as well! We can work with your budget and your goals to build the retreat you always wanted for those warm summer evenings or weekend barbecues with friends.
Give us a call today at 616.965.1759 or Request a Quote and let us help you get your new backyard project started!
How Much Does A Deck Cost?
Generally speaking, a good budget number for a pressure treated wood deck is around $30/sf.This number would work well with most square or rectangular decking structures. Adding curves, pools, or other conditions can increase the cost.
Pricing in Composite materials ranges drastically. Railing options also fluctuate greatly between materials. Therefore, it is difficult to give an accurate number here, but we generally tell people that a composite deck costs around 70% more than a wood deck and could come in around $50/sf +/-.
Use the pricing guide below to see a potential budget for your deck
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